Sulia is "a subject-based social network that connects you to the top social sources on subjects you care about." You can sign up to the service by connecting either your Twitter or Facebook accounts.
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Social services that promise to aggregate online content neatly into easily digestible digital piles are nothing original, so where does new site Sulia fit into the mix?
Sulia, evolved from Twitter list firm TLists, offers a subject-based social service that lets you follow topics you are passionate about, from your local football team to television shows to topical political issues.
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Ten million unique users have signed up in less than a year, and several big-name investors have contributed some pretty hefty funding. It seems Sulia's mix of crowdsourcing, machine learning and human supervision is making its 1,000+ channels of content a success.
We've taken a look at the new service with a walk-through gallery showing how to get started. If you're curious about Sulia, have a look through our slideshow. If you're already using it, please let us know your impressions in the comments below.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.